Lookin for the Maiden name of Parthenia/Arthany ??? Anderson Waldrop.

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Cannot find who Parthenia/Arthany Anderson was before she married. She was believed to be a Tutor-32 born abt 1813 in South Carolina .  First marriage was to Henry Washington Anderson-31023 before appearing in Pontotoc County, MS, he died abt 1855 and she remarried to John M. Waldrop-392.  She and both husbands died and are buried in Pontotoc County, MS. Marriage record for Parthenia and John WAldrop is found in Pontotoc County, MS, but she is listed as Mrs. H. W. Anderson.  Any suggestions or help would be appreciated.
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We have her maiden name as "Tutor"

We have her first husband as  "H W Anderson"

We have her second husband as "John M Waldrop".


If memory serves, the name of Tutor comes from another researcher

.1864 --- Pontotoc Co., MS.  Marriage Book 1 1856-1861, Page 543.  John Waldrop and Mrs. A. Anderson,  W. H. Neusum Bondsman.  
Actual Text - Copy of original document in file.-CW
Know all Men that we, John Waldrop and W. H. Neusum are held and firmly bound to the State of Mississippi, Governor of the State of Mississippi and his successors, in the sum of two hundred dollars, for payment of which we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally.  Signed, sealed and dated this 26 day of December A.D. 1864.  But this bond is on condidtion that a marriage being shortly intended to be solemnized between John Waldrop and Mrs. A. Anderson and Now, if there be no lawful cause to obstruct said Marriage, for which a license has issued, then this obligation is to be void, else to remain in full force.  John Waldrop.  W. F. Neusum.
State of Mississippi.  Pontotoc County.  To any Judge, Minister, or Justice, lawfully authorized to solemnize the rites of Matrimony--Greetings.  You are hereby authorized to solemnize the rites of Matrimony between ....  Given under my hand and the seal of said Court affixed, this   day of ....[This portion of license left blank-CW]
State of Mississippi.  Pontotoc County.  By virtue of a License from the Clerk of the Probate Court of said County, I have this day joined in th Holy state of Matrimony John Waldrop and Mrs. A. Anderson.  Given under my hand this 28 day of December 1864.  John Tallant, Seal, JP.
Arthany was married to H. W. Anderson before she married John Waldrop.  Her gravestone shows both husbands


Howard Waldrop
answered by Howard Waldrop G2G5 (5.8k points)

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